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New & Noteworthy


 Announcing...Fall 2014 Graduated Art Classes! 
Fall is just around the corner...and with this, a whole new set of exciting art classes and opportunities! Check out the many different possibilities for adult artists on our Fall Class Schedule and Registration Form. Starting in September, we will have 4-week, mini-sessions like Art of Gardening and Portrait Drawing, and drumming. Later this fall there will be Cartooning & Illustration, Aboriginal Art, choir and more! To sign up, fill out and return the class registration form. Questions? Contact Becky at 616-885-5866 or coordinator@artistscreatingtogether.org.  

ACT Job Posting: Fund Development/Community Relations/Experience Director (Full Time) 
Become part of a growing nonprofit organization empowering people with disabilities through interactive experiences, both artistic and cultural, while providing opportunities for personal growth and learning. We need a new team member to plan and execute a comprehensive, mission-driven, advancement program to grow resources and programs. Has the operational responsibility for fundraising, public relations, and relationship building activities and unique events of Arists Creating Together. Looking for a creative story teller and relationship builder for program outreach. For full posting and submission information, find it on Google or Scribd

Submit applications with cover letters via email to director@artistscreatingtogether.org by 7/21/14 by 
5:00 pm.

Summer Volunteer Opportunities
Interested in volunteering with ACT this summer? Check out our volunteer opportunities here or head to the volunteer/interns tab and learn more about volunteering with ACT. 

 

  Festival Day Truck Painting  Student painting mural   Little boy and girl playing with puppets

Artists Creating Together (ACT) brings students with disabilities together with artists and art projects. Art breaks down many of the emotional and psychological barriers that hold students back by building self-confidence and personal satisfaction. Art accomplishments advance learning skills, improve classroom behavior and show students that they are more self-sufficient and capable than they thought. Their new confidence produces new personal breakthroughs.

The confidence and the breakthroughs help them move from at risk students who may drop out of school to successful young people who have more tools to make positive contributions in the community.

ACT is the largest non-profit organization in Michigan bringing artists, art projects, teachers and students with disabilities together. Last year, ACT helped more than 8,500 individuals celebrate, succeed and grow with art.

Holland Student Playing Drum  Paint Rollers  Little girl playing with puppet  Students Dancing